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The Commander in Chief Must Be Relieved of His Command

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I can remember back in the days of Noe's Ark when they were talking about impeaching Clinton because he lied to the American people about an affair he had with another women, must have crushed his wife so; unable to take it anymore, she became a Senator. How embarrassing it must have been for America when it was decided to publish all the lurid details on the new Internet for all to download, because the truth must be told.

We know that Bush isn't as bad as Clinton, he didn't really lie, he just didn't tell the truth. Because he knew that the Intel was iffy and he just failed to include that in his presentations, could have been a mistake, we all make mistakes. Too bad though that thousands have died, but hey, they volunteered to die, that's what people tell me.

Let me tell you a story about the aircraft carrier called the Forrestal. When I was in the Navy, we used to call it the Forestfire. They would show the movie to us almost every chance they would get about how the Forrestal just about burned up, but thanks to a brave crew, they were able to put the fire out and save the ship, unfortunately though, hundreds died. Everybody on that ship received a medal for their bravery, but the Captain of that ship was relieved of his command because that fire should not have happened and he was the Captain, the one responsible for the ship.

Now we have a Commander in Chief who has lost thousands of lives because of his mistake and he should be relieved of his command.

We the people are the ones responsible for demanding just that, and if we were good leaders, we would do just that. We would demand that Bush be impeached because thousands have died because he didn't tell the truth and it is not ok.
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